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Chronic yeast infection: Myth or fact?

by komzinski
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Yeast infection (candidiasis) can become chronic under certain conditions (low immunity and diabetes, for example). If you have had candidiasis four or more times during a year, this suggests a recurrent or chronic yeast infection. This type of yeast infection is much more difficult to cure.

To treat a chronic or recurrent yeast infection, it’s necessary to undergo further examination; for example, taking a smear test to determine the fungus species. The results of the tests will help the doctor prescribe the correct treatment and halt the progression of the infection.

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